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is watching. >> the manhunt continues. >> a football league rule in indianapolis is keeping a girl from playing the sport. now her parents are challenging the rule. they say the girl has been passionate about football and wants to play for her school. even her teammates are on board. the catholic youth organization prohibits girls from playing with boys in football. it is one of five sports deemed gender specific. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think 12-year-old girls should be allowed to participate with boys in a catholic school football league? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that is watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 74 degrees on tv hill. a study reveals girls are reaching puberty at a much younger age than before. >> a trio is back on land after being stranded at sea. >> we are tracking several morning accidents, one involving >> welcome back. all is quiet on this tuesday morning. 79 degrees already downtown. you know it is going to be a hot day. that will be our forecast. expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds. a high temperature ar
, about 87 we'll call it. indianapolis a little hotter, sunny and 92. in milwaukee, 82, cloudy and partly cloudy skies. >> we'll chat about the friday forecast coming up lynn. >> thank you. the egg recall gets bigger b.j.'s outlook gets smaller and another change on facebook. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, yes, julia robberet changed to hinduism. >>> the slugger that took the game to new heights. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. president obama says he has, quote, no regrets about comments he made last week supporting muslims' right to build a mosque two blocks from ground zero. it comes as a new pew research poll shows one in five americans incorrectly believe the president is a muslim. just one-third of americans correctly say he is a christian, and 4 #% do not know what religion the president practices. >>> meanwhile president obama is throwing his support behind the bill to help september 11th responders that has been stalled in
in texas. >>> if you're watching us on wthr 13 in indianapolis, indiana. old and new. edgy, not so edgy. indyfringe theater festival at the mass avenue cultural district. that's the event of the day. >> when is the l.a. time you went to the theater, bill karins. >> too long. >> too long? >> a long time ago. the last thing you saw? >> a play. i don't remember. >> you can't remember. >>> a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. watch out, los angeles. by this time tomorrow, lindsey lohan may be a free woman. the judge will issue an order today, an order that could shorten her 90-day stay in rehab. the announcement after her lawyer made a surprise appearance for a meeting yesterday inside the judge's chambers. lohan will reportedly earn $1 million from "ok" magazine for her first post-jail interview. >>> super model baby is on the way. she tells spanish "vogue" she's four months pregnant. >>> $10 million and a sixth place finish. that's all it took for the producers of "piranha 3-d" to decide they're making a sequel. >>> and finally, 22-year-old mexican jimena navarette was cro
. so did indianapolis. it's become a tradition for the opener to be in the home of the prior year's super bowl champion, unless the tradition continues and we go to new orleans for the opener on nbc on thursday night september the 9th. it's the minnesota vikings and the new orleans saints. >> cris: i don't think it will be loud or noisy or excited fans down there, do you? >> al: we'll have to borrow drew brees' sons head phones. >> cris: we have the opening game and halloween night. >> al: we've both been to new orleans. every night is halloween down there. >> cris: i like new orleans. it's a heck of a city. it is going to be fun. it's really a rematch of what arguably was the best game of the season last year. all the pressure, the back and forth nature. two great quarterbacks going at it. up and down the field. overcoming turnovers and it comes down to a last second kick. it was as good as this league can offer for a championship game. >> al: second and four. and that's going to take us to the two-minute warning in canton, ohio. dallas cowboys tonight have o
>>> in 2007 peyton manning and the indianapolis colts won that team's first super bowl championship in 36 years. many sports analysts credit their victory to the effective leadership style of coach tony dunni dungy. in his new book tony dungy reveals the philosophy for success on and off the football field. this book -- in your book you write in the 2007 indianapolis colts, quote, was not necessarily the most talented team you had ever coached but was the team that came together best. what kind of leadership did you feel you needed to impart to this team to get the most out of them? >> well, i really felt like it was just pulling everybody together, getting everybody going in the same direction and believing in each other. that can be done a lot of ways. my way was just to really encourage and tell the guys what we could do and that team embraced it more than anyone i had. >> and, in fact, coach chuck noll of the pittsburgh steelers, a player, assistant coach, you said his philosophy was that -- his idea of your job was to help your team be better. >> and that is really the message behind
: from des moines to milwaukee, indianapolis to chicago, it's been a week of heat, humidity and heavy rain. >> you can call this the summer of the heat wave. outside of southern california this could go down as the top five hottest summer for many cities. >> reporter: in ames, iowa, the city is without clean running water after flooding. the weather channel's janelle cline is there. >> massive flooding closed interstates, swept cars off roads, even killed a 16-year-old girl. >> reporter: while in chicago, another problem -- a mosquito population explosion. and the dragonflies that eat them. >> they're all over. just like a swarm of what you would imagine locusts. >> reporter: back here in d.c., forecasters say this is likely to go down as one of the hottest summers on record, following record snowfall over the winter. climatologists say it is linked to global warming. ann, back to you. >> all right. tom costello, thanks. >>> now back to the war in afghanistan. nearly 7 of 10 people think the war will not end successfully for the united states. that number presents a major challenge fo
indianapolis down to new orleans, houston, columbia, south carolina. we're talking about dangerous heat, heat warnings, heat advisories, upper level high. we have a cold front and we also have the jet stream way to the north but the cold front dips down as does the jet stream so that brings relief. temperatures will feel like 111 in st. louis. 109 in tulsa. 103 in cincinnati but by friday that front drops down and we get a little relief down to 87 in cincinnati. 91 in st. louis. little rock will feel a little cooler with the temperature of 97. >> we will see some scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on as we head to the day today. it will be a muggy day. high temperatures and the low 90s. ♪ somebody call 911 >>> this morning on "today's money 911" advice for your financials. jean chatzky, the author of "money 911," dylan ratigan the host of "the dylan ratigan show" on msnbc, and sharon epperson, cnbc's financial correspondent. we have tamron hall outside fielding questions and infecting the crowd. so good morning, everybody. are you all ready? >> ready to go. >> we have melissa stand
's the best way to describe it. >> this is the indianapolis attorney that represented many of the victims in civil suits against the archdiocese of barl said more than 15 years after he was convicted, the details are still chilling. >> this man has raped and threatened so many kids over such a long period of time, that i mean, their lives are absolutely distraught. >> in 1995, merzbacher a former catholic school teacher in south baltimore was convicted to life in prison for sexually abusing one of his students, liz murphy. since being in prison, the criminal argued that his lawyer -- merzbacher argued that his attorney didn't advise him of a plea bargain that was offered. the federal judge agrees and thinks he can be released. >> is there a judge on the circuit court of baltimore city who would have honored that particular plea bargain then? >> on friday after the ruling was announced, 11 news talked with murphy who is said she is furious over the decision. >> i can't live with myself if i don't know that i've done everything that's in my power to make sure that this man never sees the li
he was heading to indianapolis, indiana, and that's where he was from. he didn't have enough money to get there. >> did he seem -- you offered him, ron, a job doing some odd jobs around the church, i think pulling some weeds and cleaning up some hoses. you were going to pay him $40. did he seem grateful for the opportunity? >> yeah, he told me he was out of money and so i offered a job for him, so he mowed the grass and brought the weed whacker out and did a bunch of the work around the church. i paid him, he took the money and like any good pastor i talked about tithing and he wanted to tithe off the $40. >> and i know eventually your suspicions raised to the point where you did call law enforcement as did another parishioner who apparently recognized him from the news. he was planning to come back and perhaps do some more work the next day and that's when he was arrested. he was arrested with a handgun. you now know a little bit more about his background. have you stopped to think about what could have been had he come back to that church? >> yeah, i sure have. i thought of all t
-old on the indianapolis motor speedway is sparking debate about how young is too young for racers to be competing on one of the world's best-known tracks. motorcycle racer peter lenz died sunday after falling off his bike and getting run over by another cycle driven by a 12-year-old. >>> a tragic accident in ecuador sunday when a bus ran off a highway and overturned killing 38 people and injuring a dozen others. police believe a driver fell asleep, although the cause of the crash is still under investigation. >>> a volcano in western indonesia that has been dormant for mour than four centuries is erupting today. people living on the slopes of mt. sinabung. >>> the comic book superhero was arrested today in sydney after scaling a building with his barehands. robaire is known forri climbing the tallest buildings without ropes or equipment. it is 8:04. back now to al in los angeles. >>> we have a chilly morning in los angeles. temperatures in the upper 50s. as we look at our pick city, us a continue, texas, kxan, nbc 36, cloudy with afternoon thunderstorms. near 100 degrees today. as we go and show you the
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